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Scribd Msword 2003b Proverbial Linguistics Parisdiderot.pdf Part 3

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[This is a part of the abridged paper presented at the International Symposium on Proverbs, University of Diderot, Paris. It deals with the Creation and Development of Language from a Ka:rmik Linguistic Perspective vis a vis the formal (Chomskyan) and functional (Hallidayan) and Cognitive linguistic (Langacre) perspectives. It deals with how language is created from an experiential (ka:rmik) perspective. This section is omitted in the Proceedings owing to constraints of space. Hence it is given in the Scribd papers for general reference of those who want to get more details about language creation and its development. For a very detailed explanation, please see the full text of the speech.]

[This is a part of the abridged paper presented at the International Symposium on Proverbs, University of Diderot, Paris. It deals with the Creation and Development of Language from a Ka:rmik Linguistic Perspective vis a vis the formal (Chomskyan) and functional (Hallidayan) and Cognitive linguistic (Langacre) perspectives. It deals with how language is created from an experiential (ka:rmik) perspective. This section is omitted in the Proceedings owing to constraints of space. Hence it is given in the Scribd papers for general reference of those who want to get more details about language creation and its development. For a very detailed explanation, please see the full text of the speech.]

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Creation and Development of Language: An Outline through SomePrinciples and Concepts of Ka:rmik Linguistic Theory
Chilukuri Bhuvaneswar
svabha:vastu pravart 
ate: „It is nature that acts
.
‟ 
(Lord Sri Krishna: Srimad Bhagavad Gi:tha 5.14);
By Prakriti are done all sorts of actions (whether done in speech, thought, or deed).
(From Sri: A:di Samkara
’s Commentary
on Srimad Bhagavad Gi:ta 3.27; 7.13; 13.29)
[This is a part of the abridged paper presented at the International Symposiumon Proverbs, University of Diderot, Paris. This section is omitted in theProceedings owing to constraints of space. Hence it is given in the Scribd papers for general reference of those who want to get more details aboutlanguage creation and its development. For a very detailed explanation, pleasesee the full text of the speech.]
Section II: Ka:rmik Linguistics: TheoryIII. Creation and Development of Language
In this part, a very skeletal outline of the Ka:rmik Linguistic Theory (KLT) is proposed owing tothe constraints of space and the vastness of the theory.
3. 1. Notation in KLT
KLT is described through a specially designed
ka:rmik notation
of many new
symbols
,
graphs
,
[star 
,
chakram, pattern, and radial] networks
,
diagrams
and
 figures
.
 A symbol
stands for anymaterial or ideational object as
a participant 
in an activity, process, or event, or any relationshipbetween participants in
an equation
which consists of participants combining with each other inspecified relations in
a linear, dynamic
order. For example, in the hypothetical equation
C PSF (+PS + C) PP P,
 
C, P, F, PS, PP and P are letter symbols that stand for Concept,Pattern and Structure, Form, Prototypical Practice and Proverb; and leads to; a:nushan-gikally gives rise to; superimposed on; apparently transforms into
are graphic symbols forprocess relations that represent how an action takes place in its dynamic state;
star networks
are
Cognition (Awareness)
or
Causal
 
 Networks
mapping out
mental cognition
of potential unmanifestaction just before its evolution (seed-form) into a pattern, its sequences and relations (sprout-form)with a (big) star surrounded by
 planets
(small stars) and
satellites
(smaller star) networks consistingof 
twinkles
as nodes for participants;
Pattern Networks
or
Subtle
 
 Networks
(like the SFL networks)show how a system is
dynamically
mapped out as a network of choices in its Pattern and Structurewith an entry condition leading to
 primary, secondary, tertiary
, etc.
choice networks
;
Chakrams
are
 Evolution Networks
that show how an object/action that is cognized
evolves
from its
causal-to- pattern-to-form
states by concentric circles enveloping disposition ( ) in an STM context;
 Radial Networks
or
Gross
 
 Networks
show the I-I-I relationships of the parts in a whole when they are
synoptically
materialized; Figures and diagrams represent other types of complex relations andstructure. It is difficult to show them in detail in this short paper which is a summary of 300 pages
 
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and the reader is referred to the original unabridged text of the plenary speech to know about themin detail.
Satellite
…… …..
 Planet
 
 
 
Star
 
 
 a. Star b. Pattern c. Chakram d. Radial
Network 1.
 
Action Networks:a. Star (Cognitive) b. Pattern (Dynamic) c. Chakram (Evolution) d. Radial (Synoptic)
The symbols are explained when they occur for the first time. Sample networks are given abovefrom which networks can be constructed as and when they are referred to in
the Practice Section of Ka:rmik Linguistic Theory
.
 
3. 2. Some Basic Principles and Concepts of Ka:rmik Linguistic Theory
This creation is an infinite mind-boggling network of action which for our understanding can bebroadly divided into:
3.
 
2
.
1. Potential State of Creation
in which the Principle of Consciousness eternally exists as Infinite Knowledge in Absolute Bliss (Experience) with inherentEnergy as Root Nature (Mu:la Prakruthi) which is Pure and Infinite. This Energy is constitutionallySattva
„L
uminosity (Cognitivity
 )‟,
Rajas
 
„A
ctivity
‟, And Tamas „Inertia (Materiality)‟ 
-
all in
a potential state of equilibrium (in the pre-Big-Bang sate of creation)
. Nature (N) is shown asDisposition (D) in human action equations and retained as N in other equations. The Principles of Consciousness, Knowledge, and Bliss (Experience) as well as Energy, Mass, Luminosity(Cognitivity), Activity, and Inertia are proposed as empirically observed scientific concepts inPhysics and Psychology and not as religious concepts as observed in Sana:tana Dharma.
(1) a. Consciousness = Eternal Existence + Infinite Knowledge + Absolute Blissb. Consciousness = Consciousness + Infinite and Pure Energy (Nature)[Cognitivity + Activity + Inertia] Nature/Disposition-Qualified-Consciousness (N/DQC)c.
When Consciousness reflects (
~)
in its Nature, It becomes Consciousness-Qualified-Nature.
(2) Consciousness
 
~ Nature (Energy) Consciousness-Qualified-Nature/Disposition (CQN/D)
3. 2. 2.
In
The Dynamic State of Creation
CQN becomes
dynamic
and creates all thephenomena by its powers of projection. The Consciousness in C-Q-N functions as the
 Immanent  Intelligence
and
the Efficient Cause
while Nature (Energy = MC
2
)
 
as the
 
Substance
and
 
 MaterialCause
 
of Creation. CQN projects
a
Universal Science of Creation
for this universe
 – 
as discoveredin physical and natural sciences - which projects a systemic network of choices of 
Universal Science of 
 
 [Action/Living/Lingual Action] 
 
which in turn generate their own
networks-within-networks
network in
an atomic-(w)holistic
( = holistic which is about the effect
„whole‟
+ its causeand means)
 framework to execute-sustain-dissolve
creation
. This is the Big-Bang State of Creation.
3. 3. Universal Science of Creation3. 3. 1.
 
US Action:
 
In it
,
first the
Space-Time-Matter 
(STM) Substratum and the
Supracosmic- Macrocosmic-Microcosmic
(SMM) Levels are created.
The
 
Supra-cosmic Level
is that of Consciousness and Nature;
the Macrocosmic Level
is that of the universe at large (collective levelof the entire universe as a whole like
the wood 
consisting of trees); and
the Microcosmic Level
isthat of the individual in the universe (individual level like
the tree
in the wood). The microcosmiclevel is further divided into
living
(animal and vegetable) and
non-living
(solid-liquid-gaseous
)objects/systems
in their variety, range, and depth of 
class, quality, substance and 
 
activity
. They all
 
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obey the laws of physical sciences (physics, chemistry, and mathematics) and exist as
objects
in
states of being
and are participants in
 
 material activity
 
which is bound by
the US Action at their sub-atomic, atomic, object levels of 
 the Material Plane of Creation
.
We are primarily concernedwith activity at
object level
where objects function as
 participants
in
a specific relation with ( )
other objects
 
to perform
action
at 
 the Actional Plane of Creation.
In addition, both objects andactions have a
Concept-Pattern and Structure-Form
in their evolution like the concept
house
 ,
withits
 pattern and structure
in
a blue print 
and
the form
in
the actual
 
building
 .
(3) a. Objects: Quality + Object/Substance Qualified Object/Substance;b. Relationship: Object(s) Objectsb. Material Action: Participants + Relation + Action; c. Quality + Action Qualified Actiond. Evolution of Object/Action: Concept Pattern and Structure Form
3. 3. 2. US Living:
In
 
it
,
furthermore, among the living systems, the powers of 
cognitivity
(awareness, cognition, knowing) that enable the human beings (ka:rmik actors with an Ego
„ahamka:ram‟)
to be aware of 
the actual world 
 
out there
; the world
in here (inside their being)
,
the possible
 
world 
by imagination of the worlds
out there
and
in here
, and finally
the imaginary(psychic) worlds which are not actual and possible; complex disposition
(consisting of thefundamental constituents of 
sattva, rajas, and tamas
projecting
traits, knowledge
, and
va:sana:s
 leading to
complicated (desires, action, experience)
) which qualifies their awareness and cognitionof action by
analyticity
(intelligence, reason, analysis, interpretation, memory, and creativity) whichprovides
the content 
of their dispositional awareness and cognition as
this and that 
to be
so and so
 in
such and such
a manner;
activity (triple action: mental, vocal, and physical)
, and
experience(pleasure, pain, delusion, and witnessing)
are
inherently
constituted. They are impelled by
their complex disposition
to seek 
pleasure (sukhe:chcha)
and from that desire for pleasure desire
 different types of (complex) desires,
make
effort owing to
dispositional functional pressure (DFP)to fulfill their desires for their experience
 ,
perform
 
 triple biological action
 
and
experience theresults of their action
 – 
 
all according to their
 
 svabha:vam
(disposition)
 – 
 
in
a cause-means-effecoriented Context at 
 the Experiential Plane of Creation
.
This biological action is governed and derived from the US Action (Material Action) with theaddition of 
agency
(and so sukhe:chcha, desire, free will, active and passive action) coupled with
experience (of pleasure, pain, delusion, witnessing).
Furthermore,
 
as it is governed by the
Principleof Cause
 – 
Means
 – 
Effect,
 the action (karma)
 
performed attendant with its
results(karmaphalam)
and
experience of pleasure, pain, delusion, or witnessing(karmaphalabho:gam)
impacts on
the knowledge
of the actor which in turn impacts on his likesand dislikes as
traits
that finally establish his
internalized habits (va:sana:s)
to constitute his
svabha:vam (disposition)
. This disposition impels desires and their choice to make effort andperform action and experience the results of his action in the context of their occurrence in anunending cyclic manner ( ) from birth-to-death to constitute his samsa:ram (living).
(4) Disposition (=
Traits +Knowledge + Va:sana:s
) [(Sukhe:chcha DFP) Desire]Effort
 [Action (Karma) Result (Karmaphalam) Experience (Karmaphalabho:gam)] 
Sukhe:chcha
[and
duhkha nivrutti
(redressal of pain)] is the driving force that makes theindividual perform unending cyclic dispositional activity from birth-to-death;
ahamkaram
(Ego)and
mamakaram
(My-ness) are the supports on which it stands. In this context, he constructs actionthrough
five realities
:
dispositional-cognitive-socioculturalspiritual-contextual actional-(triple)actional
by
algorithmic
(searching all the variables one by one),
heuristic
(trial and error byelimination of some and inclusion of other possible variables), and
automatic
(selecting the correctvariable) methods through
experience, knowledge, and analyticity
by
gradual evolution
of one intothe other
.
Since human disposition and consequently the desires impelled from it are
complex,complex activity
(comprising action, solutions to problems, and innovations which cannot be

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